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Periods late after protected sex
I did the protected sex with my boyfriend two days before the date of my expected periods. My periods were expected on 5th of dec but Today it's 16th dec. 3 days before I experienced some mild stomach pain and light blood spots. Want to know the reason. Is pregnancy possible in this.
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Consult ur lady dr. Regarding ur periods and sporting
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Consult
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Chance of pregnancy according to provided information is negligible.. Consult a gynaecologist for best advice
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If it's before 2 days of expected date, pregnancy unlikely. But need confirmative tests for it. Consult online for further management.
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Yes this is a serious issue. Needs to be evaluated.
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Get upt done
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needs to be evaluated....
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